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Collingwood is a vibrant neighbourhood nestled in the northwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. Residents craving a harmonious blend of suburban tranquillity and urban convenience will find Collingwood the perfect choice.
Positioned adjacent to the iconic Nose Hill Park, Collingwood merges the allure of lush landscapes with the conveniences of city life. Be it bustling shopping districts, delectable dining spots, or recreational wonders, Collingwood offers it all.
Collingwood boasts a variety of niche boutiques, vintage stores, and an invigorating blend of culinary delights, from local Canadian delicacies to international gourmet experiences. This neighbourhood has the unique charm of being home to the popular Confederation Golf Course, a delight for golfing enthusiasts.
Collingwood Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
Collingwood residents enjoy the privilege of having several fitness centres within arm's reach.
Nearby gyms include GYMVMT, Anytime Fitness, and GoodLife Fitness, offering everything from high-intensity interval training sessions to spin classes.
The Shouldice Athletic Park is a massive sports venue catering to football, baseball, and athletic training. Those leaning towards holistic wellness can head to Yoga in Bowness.
Collingwood is also in proximity to the Calgary Winter Club, a private multi-sport club, offering everything from tennis and squash to ice skating and swimming, ensuring that residents have diverse recreational options all year round.
Golf enthusiasts never have to travel far with Collingwood being home to the Confederation Park Golf Course. This beautifully manicured, public 18-hole facility offers challenging play against the backdrop of scenic surroundings, making it a favourite destination for both novice and seasoned golfers.
Collingwood Shopping and Dining
Collingwood is never short on shopping and dining adventures. The CF Market Mall, a prominent nearby shopping destination, boasts a diverse range of stores including Hudson's Bay and Sporting Life. Choose from dining destinations like The Keg and Milestones, and catch a movie after at the adjacent Landmark Cinemas.
Situated conveniently in the nearby community of Brentwood, Brentwood Village Shopping Centre features a medley of popular outlets like London Drugs and FreshCo, enhanced by a selection of cafes and eateries catering to a variety of palates.
Northland Village, a comprehensive shopping hub in northwest Calgary, houses an assortment of stores such as Walmart and Best Buy, while also offering numerous dining options and specialty boutiques for a complete shopping experience.
For those who have a penchant for culinary exploration, Collingwood won't disappoint. Saigon Y2K offers delightful Vietnamese dishes, while Nick's Steakhouse & Pizza provides a more traditional North American spread. For weekend brunches or casual coffee meet-ups, the delectable treats at Euphoria Café are a must-try.
Schools Serving Collingwood
Collingwood provides a variety of schooling options for children. Choose from public, catholic, or private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.
Public school options include Cambrian Heights School, Senator Patrick Burns, Rosemont, and William Aberhart High School.
Catholic school options include St. Luke, St. Joseph, Madeleine d’Houet, St. Isidore, St. Mary’s High School, Bishop Carroll High School, and St. Francis High School.
Private school options include River Valley and Foothills Academy Society.
Childcare options in Collingwood include Brentwood Childcare Centre and Daisies Academy Preschool.
Transportation in Collingwood
Collingwood residents have access to Calgary Transit bus routes 20, 38, and 105. The nearest LRT Station is University Station.
Collingwood is located immediately south of Nose Hill Park and John Laurie Boulevard, and west from 14th Street W. To the south, it is bordered by Confederation Park, Canmore Park and the Confederation Park golf course.
What is the population of Collingwood?
The population of Collingwood is 2,385.
Is there a local community association in Collingwood?
Collingwood is covered by the Triwood Community Association. This proactive association orchestrates a slew of events, programs, and workshops throughout the year from senior programs to children's activities.
How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?
The commute from Collingwood to downtown Calgary takes 13 minutes by car or 28 minutes by public transportation.
What is the average household income in Collingwood?
The average household income in Collingwood is $113,307.
Is Collingwood a safe place to live?
The crime rates in Collingwood are 23% lower than the Calgary average.
Collingwood Community Information
A residential area in the Southwest of Calgary which was established in 1979. It is said that the community got its name from Old Banff Coach Road that stagecoach travellers used. Coach Hill is a community of greens as evidenced by parks and tree-lined streets. The area is served by the 69 Street CTrain giving residents an easy way to commute to surrounding areas, especially towards downtown.
Hospitals and Clinics Serving Collingwood
Collingwood is an 11-minute drive from Foothills Medical Centre. Options for a variety of therapies and specialty health clinics can be found in communities closer to the downtown core. The closest veterinary clinic is Cambrian Animal Hospital.
Quick Facts About Collingwood
Quadrant: Northwest Calgary
Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 1,597
Crime rates are 23% lower than the Calgary average.
Collingwood Parks and Outdoors
Collingwood is synonymous with an outdoor paradise. The crown jewel, Nose Hill Park, one of Canada’s largest urban parks, provides residents with miles of trails, panoramic city views, and vast natural ecosystems.
Confederation Park, another nearby gem, delights visitors with its duck ponds, walking trails, and the serenity that only well-maintained green spaces can offer. In winter, it transforms into a winter wonderland, ideal for tobogganing and cross-country skiing.
Canmore Park is yet another testament to Collingwood's outdoor prowess. With its tennis courts, water features, and serene spaces, the park is perfect for both active and passive recreation.
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